Redmayne’s effort against Dorking last month was picked as the top try by former England captain Will Carling.
Carling decided that Redmayne’s run in to finish off a move which was started by scrum-half Calum Waters in the Worthing 22 was the stand-out try.
Redmayne said: “It was lovely to receive the award for the best try of the month but recognition must also go to the team, as it was a try that involved a lot of my team-mates.
“I think everyone across the back line touched the ball, before I went on to go over the whitewash.
“I did have a little left to do before I touched down but the team were heavily involved.
“It’s also really pleasing to get the recognition that we did from Will Carling, who is a former England captain.
“He had lots of nice things to say about my try and the club as well.”
Raiders will now receive £1,000 worth of Samsung products for taking the top prize and Redmayne added: “We are really appreciative of the goods that Samsung will be giving us.
“I think that the phone we are given is going to be auctioned off at one of our matches and then the money from that will go towards our gym.”